Joy Industries Limited has organized an awards night for its staff to mark its 8th Anniversary.
The grand ceremony brought together the chiefs and people of Suhum and Akwadum and other nearby towns, all in the Eastern region.
Evelyn Atitso was adjudged the Best Worker of the Year 2013.
In all, 10 workers were awarded for various roles they played in the progress of the company.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company, Dr. Manfred Takyi, in an interview with BUSINESS GUIDE, said he started the operations some eight years ago with two persons, Harrison Tetteh and Enoch Sorgin at Akwadum, near Suhum.
Presently, Joy Industries Limited has expanded to reach distributors across the country.
?The company is poised to storm the West African and European market within the next five years,? the CEO indicated.
Dr. Manfred Takyi said he realised that body odour had become problematic for most people who were silently searching for remedy.
They conducted research that led to the production of the Joy ointment.
Later, he produced the Joy Herbal Soap to treat body odour and skin diseases followed by Joy ?Twedee? bitters to boost men?s vitality and sexual prowess.
Dr. Manfred Takyi and his team came out with the Joy ?Mmaa Twedee? mixture to treat ?dysmenorrhoea or severe menstrual pains.
It also boosts the sexual drive of women and prevents candidiasis.
Dr. Takyi used the occasion to thank Ghanaians, especially the chiefs and people of Akwadum and its environs for their unflinching support and patronage.
He said Joy Industries was working relentlessly to bring other good products on the market.
So far the company had undertaken various corporate social responsibilities through the sponsorship of various communal projects in its catchment area and across the Eastern Region.
It has also donated 20 street bulbs to the Suhum Municipality and sponsored some tourism activities, especially festivals in the region.
From Rocklyn Antonio, Akwadum